BNU network device configuration file
The /etc/uucp/Devconfig file specifies the STREAMS modules and network devices
used to provide
over a TCP network or some other TLI-conformant provider.
Each entry in the Devconfig file
consists of a single logical line.
Physical lines may be terminated by a backslash (\)
to indicate that the entry continues on the next line.
Comment lines begin with a hash sign (#)
and occupy the entire line up to a newline character.
Blank lines are ignored (even within multi-line entries).
Each entry contains the following:
svc_name specifies cu, uucico, or both separated by a colon
dev_name identifies the name of a network specified in the first field
of an entry in the
mod_name specifies the names of the STREAMS
modules associated with the service,
in the order in which they are to be pushed onto the stream
Different modules and devices can be defined
for cu and uucico services.
If you create entries in the Devconfig file,
you must also create an entry for the TCP network in the Devices file.
If you want to change the contents of the file,
use one of the available text editors.
If you are using TCP/IP, the two entries shown below are all you need in
the Devconfig file:
service=cu device=TCP push=ntty:tirdwr
service=uucico device=TCP push=ntty:tirdwr
In this example, ntty is pushed first, then tirdwr.
ntty is a hardware emulation module.
tirdwr is the Transport Interface read/write interface module.
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UnixWare 7 Release 7.1.4 - 25 April 2004